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Siddalingeshwar K.G.,Padmshree Institute of Information science | Sudipta K.M.,Padmshree Institute of Information science | Chetan H.,Padmshree Institute of Information science | Bhavik G.,Padmshree Institute of Information science | And 16 more authors.
Journal of Pure and Applied Microbiology | Year: 2010

Studies were under taken on Aspergillus oryzae SCBRD11 isolated from the soil sample using potato dextrose agar and starch used as a substrate to evaluate their ability to produce amylase. The amylase producers detected by the clear zone around the colony by simple plate assay method. Among the fifteen isolates Aspergillus oryzae SCBRD11 is the potential strain. The amylase synthesis were increased their yield after the optimization of fermentation parameters. The optimum pH 4.5, temperature 31°C and inoculum size 1.0 ml. This enzyme was growth associated. Source

Siddalingeshwara K.G.,Padmshree Institute of Information science | Dhatri Devi N.,Padmshree Institute of Information science | Pramoda T.,Padmshree Institute of Information science | Vishwanatha T.,Maharani College | And 2 more authors.
International Journal of ChemTech Research | Year: 2010

Aspergillus wentii were screened for the production of L-glutaminase. The screening of L glutaminase producing isolates carried out by using modified Czapek Dox's agar plate. Out of twenty one isolates the strain Aspergillus wintii KGSD4 were showed high and potential L glutaminase producer. It showed maximum 1.3cm zone of diameter. Then the rapid confirmation of L-glutaminase producing Aspergillus wintii KGSD4 were carried out by thin layer chromatography and the Rf Values were determined. The Rf value is 0.265.This Rf were close to that of standard glutamic acid. Source

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